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Cafenumerique presents Facebook Privacy Settings by Zoltan Janosi

Cafenumerique presents Facebook Privacy Settings by Zoltan Janosi



Café Numérique presents Facebook

Café Numérique presents Facebook
this is the 4th part (out of 5), regarding Facebook Privacy Settings.
Presented on Jan 13th 2010 @cafenumerique #cafeN, Brussels, Belgium.



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    Cafenumerique presents Facebook Privacy Settings by Zoltan Janosi Cafenumerique presents Facebook Privacy Settings by Zoltan Janosi Presentation Transcript

    • Café Numérique Facebook Privacy Settings 13/01/2010 by Zoltán Jánosi #CafeN
      • 4 Categories + Friends and Network (including University, etc)
      Privacy Settings 1/2
      • New rules are supposed to make it easier and simpler to control your information…
      Privacy Settings 2/2
      • … but instead, big privacy failures have been pointed out by several org;
      • EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
      • ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California)
      • EPIC (Electronic Privacy Information Center)
      • … amongst many others.
      • You own your data BUT Facebook has the right to use it whenever they want
      • If you don’t change any confidentiality settings, by now, all your personal data are visible by everyone
    • What has changed in Dec 09?
      • Your e- life is now public…
      • Name
      • Profile
      • Sex
      • State of residence
      • Friendslists
      • Pages where you are fan
      … and open. Everybody can now search and look into these data without any permission.
      • main settings that have changed
      • Search settings (on Google, etc)
      • Password protection layer not good
      • Publicly Available Information
    • What he said last week
      • “ If he had to create Facebook today, public information would have been public , by default.
      • Public sharing has become a certain normality, and Facebook considers itself as a major playing actor in this continuously evolution of social norms.”
      • This is a radical change ! Facebook is not a closed platform anymore.
      Mark Zuckerberg Facebook founder
    • What an ex-employee said last week
      • “ At Facebook HQ, one unique login and password gives access to any FB profile !
      • This is one of the biggest security lack, ever…”
      • What if any other major company does the same?
      Anonymous Ex-Facebook employee
    • More info
      • Website: www.facebook.com
      • Video Mark Zuckerberg with: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/3848950
      • Tips & Tricks: www.allfacebook.com
      • Café Numérique www.cafenumerique.be
    • Thank you
      • Zoltán Jánosi
      • @janosizoltan
      • [email_address]
      • www.zoltanjanosi.com